Gem Scientific looks to future with NatWest


Gem Scientific looks to future with NatWest

Gem Scientific has agreed to a six-figure financing deal with NatWest as part of its business growth aspirations.

 

Located in Batley, West Yorkshire, Gem Scientific is a leading supplier of laboratory products and equipment mainly within the UK. The firm specialises in products for a range of sectors including: food and beverage, dairy, environmental, life sciences, pharmaceutical, healthcare, education and manufacturing industries.

The business was established in 1997 and has recently created a number of new employee positions as part of its business growth strategy. The funding from NatWest is being used to support its continued growth strategy.

Justin Welton, Managing Director of Gem Scientific, said: “The funding from NatWest has provided the appropriate financing required such that we can invest in new people and resources to execute our plans to grow and develop the business.”

NatWest Structured Finance Director James Burgess who supported the deal, commented: “We were delighted to support Gem Scientific on this funding agreement. The management team at Gem Scientific have a clear vision for the business’ future growth.”

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